The Ways You Can Eliminate Your Bad Breath

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Bad breath is quite annoying, especially because it haunts many people. If you’re one of these people, you’re probably in search of the best ways to eliminate your halitosis, which is also known as bad breath, and achieve the fresh and pristine breath you deserve. Well, fortunately, Dr. Gregory Stahr and our dental team have the tips you’re looking for!

First, keep up on oral hygiene. Per the American Dental Association, it’s best to brush your teeth every morning and every night, floss your smile once a day (preferably at night), and rinse your mouth daily with antibacterial mouthwash. It’s also recommended to brush your tongue after you’ve cleaned your smile. Doing these things will wash foul-smelling food particles and bacteria away and freshen your breath. Also, make sure to attend your six-month checkups. Regular dental checkups will help you combat bad breath, especially if the bad breath results from periodontal disease. So, make sure you visit Dr. Gregory Stahr twice a year.

Second, clean your dental appliances. If you wear dentures, retainers or mouthguards, make sure you clean them at least once a day. If you don’t, the bacteria and food particles can easily cause odorous breath.

Third, moisten your mouth. Chewing always helps produce saliva, which moistens your mouth. So, try to eat healthy foods that require a lot of chewing and chew sugar-free gum regularly.

Fourth, quit using tobacco products. If you quit smoking and using tobacco products, you will not only have a fresh and pristine breath, but you will also have strong and successful health.

Doing these four things might be a little tough, especially if you are addicted to tobacco products. But, if you need any assistance whatsoever, please don’t be afraid to give All Stahr Dental PSC a call. When you dial 859.278.9391, our dental team will be happy to help you in any way we can, even if it’s just by answering your questions. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you combat bad breath in Lexington, Kentucky!